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Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle, Thailand. Reached by river boat amid Thailand’s exotic bamboo jungles, where three countries meet, a one-of-a-kind experience for active adults awaits. With just 15 tented accommodations – unique in Four Seasons luxury, right down to the hand-hammered copper bathtubs – these all-inclusive three- or four-night adventures cover every detail, from elephant mahout training to Golden Triangle excursions; from formal campfire dinners to riverside drinks in the stilt-top bar. In northern Thailand, bordering Burma to the north and Laos to the east, mountainous Chiang Rai province lies an average of 580 metres (1,900 feet) above sea level. The northern-most part of the province is an area well known for its surrealistic mountain sceneries and picture-perfect sea of cloud and mist. In this fairy-tale setting live some of Thailand's oldest civilisations - the colourful hilltribes, each with unique culture, distinctive customs and mystic charm.

15 free-standing tented accommodations spaced at a comfortable distance from each other allow total privacy. Built on elevated ground along a one-kilometre (0.6-mile) hillside trail overlooking the Ruak River, Burma, the mountains of Laos or the jungle and Golden Triangle, each tent is designed as an open space with a large outdoor deck. Furnishings are handcrafted and custom-made, in styles reminiscent of 19th-century adventure expeditions. Each tent features one king or two twin beds.

Four Seasons     
66 (0) 53 910-200

Mongolia’s premiere luxury expedition camp built in the magical Gobi using environmentally and culturally sustainable development guidelines. The camp offers an extraordinary combination of adventure and sophistication, intertwining traditional style and superb service, resulting in the ultimate expedition experience.

Discover the soul of Mongolia in the legendary Gobi Desert. Sheltered by a 47-million-year-old volcanic outcrop, the Three Camel Lodge is situated amidst the stunning landscape of the Gobi’s Gurvansaikhan National Park within view of the breathtaking Gobi-Altai Mountain Range. This beautiful camp serves as a convenient base to explore the mysteries of the desert, whether hiking, camel trekking, or photographing indigenous wildlife.

The lodge was built with the participation of the local community and from the beginning was supported by the local county government. Three Camel Lodge is an integral part of our on-going commitment to eco-tourism and sustainable development.

Nomadic Expeditions     

United Kingdom    

Every Feather Down Farm tent is unbelievably spacious and comfortable, with a traditional interior reflecting the honest rural life of yesteryear. And you’ll only ever find the Feather Down Tent on working farms – where the farmer and their family are passionate guardians of the countryside.

The evenings with Feather Down Farm are just like the old days, without distractions, meant for 'stories' and conversations. You can also take the tent light with you outside to enjoy a glass of wine, each other and the most fantastic starry sky that you can imagine (you had forgotten how 'dark' dark could be).

The Feather Down Farm tent is located in a rural area. Always on, nearby or at a nature reserve, country estate of one of the organisations for conservation nature or rural area. Around the Feather Down tent there is a lot of space to move freely. Being crammed together is never the case at a Feather Down Farm. At every tent there is a picnic table, so that everybody can sit outside. The feeling of solidarity, of being together again and especially doing things together. Even if it is just laying the table, cooking together or doing the dishes by hand. There is a lot more conversation than at home.

Feather Down Farms     
01420 80804

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